This is what one book said regarding people who share my name, and it's very accurate:
"...as children they probably enjoyed a supportive family environment in which education (or at least free thinking) was encouraged..."
"...be aware of...sensitive centers: any challenge to their integrity or insult to their self-esteem will almost certainly trigger an outburst...not that...would ever go out of their way to deliberately hurt anyone, but they will lash out with surprisingly ferocity to protect their feelings."
"If there are any...in your office, they are probably the first ones that you'd turn to for information and advice."
"Their powerful desire for companionship means that...[is] most satisfied in exclusive and nurturing relationships."
My interests include
History (both the overall theory as well as more specifically European, medieval, and Church history)
Economics, (not finance or the markets so much as competing economic ideologies such the Chicago School vs. Keynesianism vs. Social Credit, etc.)
Sociology, Psychology, Biology, or, more specifically, how all three disciplines interact in examining how and why men and women are attracted, repulsed, or ambivalent towards each other...
conspiracy theories/Conspiracy Theory (not so much specific theories, although that interests me, too, but rather the validity of the methodology used in asserting such theories)
Computers, more specifically, the history and evolution of the x86 architecture, DDR memory, and graphics cards, and how knowing these factors can help you squeeze the most out of your particular model.
I am an Orthodox Christian, which in some ways is only a little bit different than Roman Catholic, and in others way WAY different.
I am also interested in Judaism, and how it relates to Christianity.
My father was German; my mother is half-British. Although my father lived here for a time, he also lived around the world. As a result, I did not inherit a parochial or provincial mentality, and, being home-schooled, I absorbed more from my parents than I did from my peers.
IDEOLOGY and POLITICS
I hate politics. I have studied so much politics for so long that I can see the same cycle of attitudes and actions repeat themselves.
I hate ideology. Ideology is one of banes of modern existence. From capital'ism' to social'ism', from femin'ism' to fundamental'ism', ideologies have taken the place of religion in modern culture, and ideologues promote their faith with unquestioning zealotry. Most people remain unaware of how thoroughly their thinking is permeated with ideological premises, especially those people who view themselves as being "above" the simplicity of religious faith.
I hate the combination of religion and politics. I'm not talking about religious morality informing public policy (since someone's morality will inform it in any case) but rather the use of political means to advance an ecclesiastical agenda that has nothing to do with Truth and all to do with the preservation of some clique's power.
I object to both "right-wing" and "left-wing" things, but I am fundamentally conservative. Leftism in general opposes both God and Nature.
I consider myself a conservative Tory rather than a conservative Republican, for reasons I will explain if anyone is interested.
I am mentally acute, sensitive, and sober-minded